This resutaurant is not a ramen restaurant, but they serve many types of ramen which is very nice. I ordered Tantan-men first. According to the owner, because of the location, Tantan-men is very popular for locals. The menu contains good amount of minced meat and I felt the soup is not only spicy, but also a bit sweet.
On the other side, I also tried Paitan Ramen, which is very popular at the restaurant. The soup wasn't TOO rich and the chashu was so tender which was favourable.
The restaurant thankfully opens until 2:30am, so when you want to have ramen at late night, this restaurant would be your best choice.
Writer for LifeToronto Who Can't Quite Become a Torontonian During the Summer and Winter